“I LOVE MY HBCU: For God, For Central, For State” is a 21 minute documentary that celebrates the environment, student life, and experience at Central State University, a Historically Black College and University. Among several different interviews, this documentary features students from all walks of life discussing their love for their HBCU and how they’ve grown and matured during their matriculation
According to Webster’s dictionary, a stereotype is a thought that may be adopted about specific types of individuals or certain ways of doing things. These thoughts or beliefs may or may not accurately reflect reality but nonetheless are reflected. For years there has not only been a negative stereotype on Central State University but Historically Black Colleges and Universities in general. My purpose for making this documentary was to visually tell the story of those students who benefited from applying to a HBCU (Central State University) and to encourage those who are either ignorant to HBCU life or who feed into the negative stereotype of the HBCU environment without ever having an experience of their own.
This documentary will not only attract those students who attend Central State University, but those who have always had an interest in HBCU life period. Even students who attend other HBCU’s will be drawn to this documentary based off the music, visual creativity, and the commonality they have with the students being documented.
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